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at 2:00 p.m. pacific. one would treat-mile-an-hour like alcohol and create a federal tax. the other end would end federal marijuana prohib his and let the states -- prohibition and let the states set their own policies and the growers would have to obtain a permit and it would be illegal to take marijuana to a state where it's illegal. i just wrapped up an interview with one of the group's members. we'll hear from him when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:17. a director is reportedly eyeing the town of ridgefield, connecticut to make a film related to the sandy hook school masser is. richfield is about 20 miles -- massacre. litchfield is about 20 miles away -- richfield is about 20 miles away from sandy hook. this has upset a lot of richfield residents. town officials say they would reject filming permits for the project. but so far, the director has not contacted them. >>> five firefighters are in the hospital in baltimore. they were hurt last night battling this huge fire at a lumber company. witnesses say the firefighters were trying to evacuate the building
criticizes california's income and sales tax and touts the fact that texas has no personal state income tax. >>> in just about 40 minutes the day two of the at&t classic. there are many familiar faces, a former secretary of state, she started playing golf just five-years ago when she was midway through her ten europe as secretary of state. she is one of ten women in the field and one of her drives hit a person watching. >> i said i know how to do diplomacy, not sure about the golf course. >> think she will be happier playing golf than the job she had. to much pressure, got to relax playing golf. i don't think you can being the secretary of state. >> they shared the lead after round one. russell knox is at six under par, phil mickelson opened with a 69 at monterey peninsula. >> so beautiful out there. >> right there. yep. >> our weather, scattered showers this morning, look out the window. that's a beautiful sky. we like that. steve paulson is coming back. he has the weekend forecast. >> also it's a story you will only see here. fines for people who break the rules on spare the air da
next year to pass an increase on the sales tax. >> san jose is doing well, silicon valley is leading the country out of the recession. we are optimistic, seeing good job growth. we have a lot of work to do. we have billions of dollars that we still have to pay for and we need to put in the pension reforms. >> a new survey shows voters supporting tax hikes to pay for city services and higher salaries for city workers like police officers who agree to pay cuts in recent years due to budget short falls. >>> happening now some of the world's most famous golfers and entertainers are on the practice range of pebble beach. they will tee off in less than 30 minutes. we are in monterey county where sports fans are rubbing elbows with world class athletes and movie stars. have you seen any stars yet? >> reporter: we have some out here. not the actors that a lot of people come to see. this tournament attracts a lot of people who just come out for the fun of it, for the great golf, and just really to see the stars that they love. let me show you who we have right here now on the practice green
of health care programs like medicare and closing loopholes in the tax code. >>> this is the first time in five-year that the dow closed above 14,000. it had dropped as low as 6600 in 2009, increased consumer confidence, manufacturing and auto sales are credited for the surge. >> we are moving in the right direction compared to a lot of other countries we are in a good position. >> the economy has improved. you can put the money in the bank but you earn no interest. >> economists say many prefer american investments because the european markets struggling and many consider china as over valued. however others add that just because wall street is up doesn't necessarily mean that the average american is better off, more than 12 million are still looking for jobs. >> hundreds of people in northern california are looking for new jobs as massive layoffs start at campbell soup. 290 workers were laid off at the sacramento county plant yesterday. workers have made soup there since 1946. one of the out going workers was hit hard. he is still reeling a personal tragedy and is now moving to or
revenue from the sale of postal -- postage. we take no tax dollars. but we don't have the ability to reduce costs in a way that a private business would. we're at the end our borrowing authority. to give some perspective of our liquidity, a typical business would have cash on their hands, two months of cash to dover operating cost -- cover operating costs. in october, we had less than four days of cash on hand. that's a very scary situation and no situation a business should be in. that's why we've taken these aggressive steps. while we've been so vocal about seeking about -- >> once again, you've been listening live to a press conference underway by the u.s. postal service. they are announcing they will no longer deliver first-class letters on saturday, starting august 1st. but they will continue to deliver packages and mendcations. this plan -- pledcations. this plan is -- medications. the postal service lost $16 billion last year. they still have a lot of work to do to save more money. our washington, d.c. newsroom is monitoring this postal service press conference. coming up a
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